Undergraduate Courses

The following regularly offered courses count towards the Certificate in Medieval Studies. Departmental offerings are marked as “Category A” (History, History of Science, Philosophy, and Political Science) or “Category B” (Languages, Literature, Visual Arts, and Music). These courses are offered fairly regularly. Courses that have a significant medieval content but do not appear below (or courses taken at another university or on a study-abroad program) may be substituted for these courses where appropriate; consult the Director with any queries.

To find out what is being offered in a given semester, please consult the Schedule of Classes website maintained by the Office of the Registrar.

Recommended Language Study
While language study is not required for the Certificate, all candidates are encouraged to enhance the work they can do in Medieval Studies by acquiring a reading knowledge of a modern or historical European language as early as possible. Studying Latin in addition is strongly recommended for those who plan to do graduate work in the field.

 

Themes and Competencies in Medieval Studies

Art  (See Media, Visual Studies and Performance)

Book History and Manuscript Studies

Art History 415 (Topics in Medieval Art): Image and Text in Medieval Manuscripts

Art History 650: History of Books and Print Culture in Europe and North America

French and Italian 709: Medieval Manuscripts and Textual Criticism

German 755/758:  Palaeography of Medieval and Early Modern German

History 316: Latin Paleography

Library and Information Sciences (LIS) 644: History of the Book and Print Culture

Scandinavian Studies 511: Paleography and Philology.

 

Gender and Sexuality

Art History 425: Race and gender in Italian Early Modern Art

Art History 815: Seminar in Medieval Art: The Body in Medieval Art (topic offered periodically)

English/Medieval Studies 425: Medieval Romance

Women’s Studies 416: Women in Medieval Society

 

Globalization and Cultural Exchange

Art History 415 (Topics in Medieval Art) Cultural Appropriation and Alterity

History 600: Interfaith Relations in Crusader States  

Integrated Liberal Studies 271: Pre-Copernican Astronomy and Cosmology in Cross-cultural Perspective

Jewish Studies 473: Jewish Civilization in Medieval Spain

Scandinavian Studies 446 Celtic-Scandinavian Cultural Interrelation

Scandinavian Studies 474: Celtic-Scandinavian Cultural Interrelations

Spanish 361 Spanish Civilization

 

History (Cultural, Intellectual and Political)

English 360: The Anglo-Saxons

French 347 Medieval, Renaissance & Early Mod Civilization

History 112: The World of Late Antiquity

History 115: Medieval Europe   

History 200: Historical Studies (when topic is medieval)

History 215: Life in the Middle Ages

History 311: Schools and Learning in the Medieval World

History 312: The Medieval Church

History 313: Introduction to Byzantine History and Civilization

History 314: Problems in Byzantine History and Civilization

History 317: Medieval Social and Intellectual History, 400-1200

History 318: Medieval Social and Intellectual History, 1200-1450

History 321: Economic Life in Medieval Europe

History 325: History of Medieval France

History 333: The Renaissance

History 360: The Anglo-Saxons

History 413: Early Medieval Europe, 300-1000

History 417: History of Russia

History 426: The History of Punishment

History 431: History of Scandinavia to 1815

History 439: Islamic History from the Origin of Islam to the Ottoman Empire

History 459: The Rule of Law: History and Theory

History 476 Medieval Law and Society

 

History 539: The Middle East and the Balkans during the Ottoman Era, 1200-1600

History 550 Medieval Law and Society

History 805 Seminar-Medieval History (Law and Violence in the Middle Ages)

Integrated Liberal Studies 203 Western Culture: Literature & The Arts I

Integrated Liberal Studies 205 Western Culture: Political, Economic & Social Thought I

Languages and Cultures of Asia 266: Introduction to the Middle East

Philosophy 435: Jewish Philosophy from Antiquity to the 17th Century

Political Science 501: The Development of Ancient and Medieval Western Political Thought

Scandinavian Studies 431: History of Scandinavia to 1815

 

Languages  

English 417: History of English Language

English 520: Old English

English 522: Middle English Language

French 701: Introduction à l'ancien français

German 651 (meets with Medieval Studies 651):  Intro to Middle High German

German 755: Old Germanic Languages

German 768: Comparative and Historical Grammar of the Old Germanic Languages

Italian 771: History of the Italian Language

Latin 563: Mediaeval Latin

Medieval Studies 408: Old Norse

Medieval Studies 651: Introduction to Middle High German

Medieval Studies 755: Old Germanic Languages: Gothic

Scandinavian Studies 407: Old Norse I

Scandinavian Studies 408: Old Norse II.

Scandinavian Studies 511 Paleography and Philology.

Slavic 803: Introduction to Old Church Slavonic and the History of Russian Literary Language

Spanish 541: Old Spanish

Spanish 546: History of the Spanish Language

Spanish 811: Philological Seminar: Old Spanish

 

Literature and Textual Criticism

African Languages & Literature 120: Literary Legacy of the Arabs

Comparative literature 377: Literary Periods (when topic is medieval)

English 177:  Tolkien, Beowulf and the Rise of Modern Fantasy

English 241: Literature and Culture 1

English 359: Beowulf

English 360: The Anglo-Saxons (cross-listed as History 360, Religious Studies 360)

English 423: Topic in Medieval Literature [varies] (cross-listed as Medieval Studies 423)

English/Medieval Studies 424: Medieval Drama

English /Medieval Studies 425: Medieval Romance

English/Medieval Studies 426: Chaucer’s Courtly Poetry

English/Medieval Studies 427: Chaucer's Canterbury Tales

English 546: Travel Literature before 1800

English 751: Chaucer and the Courtly Tradition

English 752: Late Medieval Religious Literature

English 753: Medieval Literature (topics vary)

English/Medieval Studies 803: Topics in Medieval Literature

French 321:  Introduction to Medieval, Renaissance & Early Modern Literature

French 347: Introduction to Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Civilization

French 430: Readings in Medieval and Renaissance Literature (topics course)

French 451: Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Studies

French 703: La littérature française du XIVe et du XVe siècle

French/Medieval Studies 704: La Litterature Francaise du XIV et du XV Siecle

French 705: La littérature française des débuts jusqu'à la fin du XIIIe siècle

French 939: La Littérature médiévale

German 611: Survey of German Literature to 1750

German 650: History of the German Language

German 652: Readings in Middle High German

German 701: Literature of the Middle Ages (750-1400)

Italian 321: Introduction to Italian Literature I (Beginnings through the Renaissance)

Italian 350: Rome: The Changing Shape of the Eternal City

Italian 360-Literature in Translation: French and Italian Renaissance Online

Italian/Medieval Studies 659-660: Dante's Divina Commedia

Italian 671: Il Duecento (Part I)

Italian 672: Il Duecento (Part II)

Languages and Cultures of Asia 314: Literatures of Central Asia

Literature in Translation 214: Literature of Central Asia in Translation

Literature in Translation 235: The World of the Sagas

Literature in Translation 253: Dante's Divine Comedy

Literature in Translation 255: Boccaccio's Decameron

Literature in Translation 256: Images of the Individual in the Italian Renaissance

Literature in Translation 271: Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature, Middle Ages-1900

Literature in Translation 342: Mythology of Scandinavia

Literature in Translation 345: The Scandinavian Tale and Ballad

Literature in Translation 346: The Icelandic Sagas

Medieval Studies 423: Topics in Medieval Literature and Culture

Medieval Studies 440: Francis of Assisi: Literature and the Arts

Medieval Studies 503: Survey of Medieval Literature

Medieval Studies 504: Survey of Medieval Literature

Medieval Studies 803: Topics in Medieval Literature

Medieval Studies 842: Seminar in Medieval Literature

Scandinavian Studies 373: Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature: Middle Ages to 1900

Scandinavian Studies 409: Survey-Old Norse-Icelandic Lit

Scandinavian Studies 430: The Vikings

Scandinavian Studies 433: The Scandinavian Tale and Ballad

Scandinavian Studies 435: The Icelandic Saga

Scandinavian Studies 474: Celtic-Scandinavian Cultural Interrelations

Slavic 701: Survey of Old Russian Literature

Spanish/Medieval Studies 414: Literatura de la Edad Media Castellana (ss. XII-XV)

Spanish 503: Survey of Medieval Literature I

Spanish 504: Survey of Medieval Literature II

Spanish/Medieval Studies 841: Seminar: Libro de Buen Amor, Celestina, Corbacho

Spanish 842: Seminar: Medieval Literature (topics course)

 

Media, Visual Studies, and Performance

Art History 201: From Pyramids to Cathedrals (Ancient and Medieval Art)

Art History 305: History of Islamic Art and Architecture

Art History 310: Early Christian and Byzantine Art

Art History 318: Romanesque and Gothic Art and Architecture

Art History 321: Italian Art: 1250-1400

Art History 331: Angels, Demons, Nudes: Early Netherlandish Painting

Art History 373: Great Cities of Islam

Art History 413: Art and Architecture in the Age of the Caliphs

Art History 415: Topics in Medieval Art (including Image and Text in Medieval Manuscripts; Death and the Afterlife in Medieval Art; Civic Art, Architecture and Public Space in Medieval Italy)

Art History 478: Art and Religious Practices in Medieval Japan

Art History 515: Proseminar in Medieval Art

Art History 600: Special Topics in Art History (when topic is medieval)

Art History 715: Topics in Medieval Art

Art History 815: Seminar in Medieval Art

English/Medieval Studies 424: Medieval Drama

English 731: Advanced Theatre History 500BC to 1700

English 803: Topics in Medieval Literature > Pre-modern Literature & Media: Theory & Practice

History 600: Crusades & Chivalry in History, Literature & Film

Italian 350: Rome: The Changing Shape of the Eternal City

Medieval Studies 415: Topics in Medieval Art

Medieval Studies 424: Medieval Drama

Music 411: Survey of Music in the Middle Ages

Music 412: Survey of Music in the Renaissance

Music 923: Seminar in Notation

 

 

Religion

Art History 305: History of Islamic Art and Architecture

Art History 310: Early Christian and Byzantine Art

Art History 331: Angels, Demons, Nudes: Early Netherlandish Painting

Art History 373: Great Cities of Islam

Art History 413: Art and Architecture in the Age of the Caliphs

Art History 415 (Topics in Medieval Art): Death and the Afterlife in Mediaeval Art

Art History 430: Death and Magic in Renaissance Art

Art History 478: Art and Religious Practices in Medieval Japan

History 205: The Making of the Islamic World: The Middle East, 500-1500

History 309: The Crusades: Christianity and Islam

History 312: The Medieval Church

History 366: Medieval Monasticism

History 368: The Bible in the Middle Ages

History 600: Interfaith Relations in Crusader States

Italian 659-660: Dante's Divina Commedia

Jewish Studies 211: Introduction to Judaism

Jewish Studies 237: Biblical Poetry in Translation

Jewish Studies 371: Topics in Jewish Civilization (when topic is medieval)

Jewish Studies 377-378: Jewish Cultural History

Jewish Studies 490: Topics in Jewish Studies (when topic is medieval)

Religious Studies 211: Introduction to Judaism

Religious Studies 368: The Bible in the Middle Ages

Religious Studies 439: Islamic History from the Origin of Islam to the Ottoman Empire

Religious Studies 440: Francis of Assisi: Literature and the Arts

         

Science, Medicine and Technology

Art History 731 (Topics in Early Modern Art): The Artist as Scientist

History of Science 201: Origins-Scientific Thought

History of Science 322: Ancient and Medieval Science

History of Science 401: History of Pharmacy

History of Science 507: Health, Disease, and Healing I

History of Science 562: Byzantine Medicine and Pharmacy

History of Science 622: Studies in Ancient and Medieval Science

History of Science 903: Seminar: Medieval, Renaissance and 17th-Century Science

Integrated Liberal Studies 271: Pre-Copernican Astronomy and Cosmology in Cross-cultural Perspective

America

French and Italian 709: Medieval Manuscripts and Textual Criticism

German 755/758:  Palaeography of Medieval and Early Modern German

History 316: Latin Paleography

Library and Information Sciences (LIS) 644: History of the Book and Print Culture

Scandinavian Studies 511: Paleography and Philology.

 

Gender and Sexuality (Category A)

Art History 425: Race and gender in Italian Early Modern Art

Art History 815: Seminar in Medieval Art: The Body in Medieval Art (topic offered periodically)

English/Medieval Studies 425: Medieval Romance

Women’s Studies 416: Women in Medieval Society

 

Globalization and Cultural Exchange (Categories A & B)

Art History 415 (Topics in Medieval Art) Cultural Appropriation and Alterity

History 600: Interfaith Relations in Crusader States  

Integrated Liberal Studies 271: Pre-Copernican Astronomy and Cosmology in Cross-cultural Perspective

Jewish Studies 473: Jewish Civilization in Medieval Spain

Scandinavian Studies 446 Celtic-Scandinavian Cultural Interrelation

Scandinavian Studies 474: Celtic-Scandinavian Cultural Interrelations

Spanish 361 Spanish Civilization

 

History (Cultural, Intellectual and Political)  (Category A)

English 360: The Anglo-Saxons

French 347 Medieval, Renaissance & Early Mod Civilization

History 112: The World of Late Antiquity

History 115: Medieval Europe   

History 200: Historical Studies (when topic is medieval)

History 215: Life in the Middle Ages

History 311: Schools and Learning in the Medieval World

History 312: The Medieval Church

History 313: Introduction to Byzantine History and Civilization

History 314: Problems in Byzantine History and Civilization

History 317: Medieval Social and Intellectual History, 400-1200

History 318: Medieval Social and Intellectual History, 1200-1450

History 321: Economic Life in Medieval Europe

History 325: History of Medieval France

History 333: The Renaissance

History 360: The Anglo-Saxons

History 413: Early Medieval Europe, 300-1000

History 417: History of Russia

History 426: The History of Punishment

History 431: History of Scandinavia to 1815

History 439: Islamic History from the Origin of Islam to the Ottoman Empire

History 459: The Rule of Law: History and Theory

History 476 Medieval Law and Society

 

History 539: The Middle East and the Balkans during the Ottoman Era, 1200-1600

History 550 Medieval Law and Society

History 805 Seminar-Medieval History (Law and Violence in the Middle Ages)

Integrated Liberal Studies 203 Western Culture: Literature & The Arts I

Integrated Liberal Studies 205 Western Culture: Political, Economic & Social Thought I

Languages and Cultures of Asia 266: Introduction to the Middle East

Philosophy 435: Jewish Philosophy from Antiquity to the 17th Century

Political Science 501: The Development of Ancient and Medieval Western Political Thought

Scandinavian Studies 431: History of Scandinavia to 1815

 

Languages (Category B)

English 417: History of English Language

English 520: Old English

English 522: Middle English Language

French 701: Introduction à l'ancien français

German 651 (meets with Medieval Studies 651):  Intro to Middle High German

German 755: Old Germanic Languages

German 768: Comparative and Historical Grammar of the Old Germanic Languages

Italian 771: History of the Italian Language

Latin 563: Mediaeval Latin

Medieval Studies 408: Old Norse

Medieval Studies 651: Introduction to Middle High German

Medieval Studies 755: Old Germanic Languages: Gothic

Scandinavian Studies 407: Old Norse I

Scandinavian Studies 408: Old Norse II.

Scandinavian Studies 511 Paleography and Philology.

Slavic 803: Introduction to Old Church Slavonic and the History of Russian Literary Language

Spanish 541: Old Spanish

Spanish 546: History of the Spanish Language

Spanish 811: Philological Seminar: Old Spanish

 

Literature and Textual Criticism(Category B)

African Languages & Literature 120: Literary Legacy of the Arabs

Comparative literature 377: Literary Periods (when topic is medieval)

English 177:  Tolkien, Beowulf and the Rise of Modern Fantasy

English 241: Literature and Culture 1

English 359: Beowulf

English 360: The Anglo-Saxons (cross-listed as History 360, Religious Studies 360)

English 423: Topic in Medieval Literature [varies] (cross-listed as Medieval Studies 423)

English/Medieval Studies 424: Medieval Drama

English /Medieval Studies 425: Medieval Romance

English/Medieval Studies 426: Chaucer’s Courtly Poetry

English/Medieval Studies 427: Chaucer's Canterbury Tales

English 546: Travel Literature before 1800

English 751: Chaucer and the Courtly Tradition

English 752: Late Medieval Religious Literature

English 753: Medieval Literature (topics vary)

English/Medieval Studies 803: Topics in Medieval Literature

French 321:  Introduction to Medieval, Renaissance & Early Modern Literature

French 347: Introduction to Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Civilization

French 430: Readings in Medieval and Renaissance Literature (topics course)

French 451: Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Studies

French 703: La littérature française du XIVe et du XVe siècle

French/Medieval Studies 704: La Litterature Francaise du XIV et du XV Siecle

French 705: La littérature française des débuts jusqu'à la fin du XIIIe siècle

French 939: La Littérature médiévale

German 611: Survey of German Literature to 1750

German 650: History of the German Language

German 652: Readings in Middle High German

German 701: Literature of the Middle Ages (750-1400)

Italian 321: Introduction to Italian Literature I (Beginnings through the Renaissance)

Italian 350: Rome: The Changing Shape of the Eternal City

Italian 360-Literature in Translation: French and Italian Renaissance Online

Italian/Medieval Studies 659-660: Dante's Divina Commedia

Italian 671: Il Duecento (Part I)

Italian 672: Il Duecento (Part II)

Languages and Cultures of Asia 314: Literatures of Central Asia

Literature in Translation 214: Literature of Central Asia in Translation

Literature in Translation 235: The World of the Sagas

Literature in Translation 253: Dante's Divine Comedy

Literature in Translation 255: Boccaccio's Decameron

Literature in Translation 256: Images of the Individual in the Italian Renaissance

Literature in Translation 271: Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature, Middle Ages-1900

Literature in Translation 342: Mythology of Scandinavia

Literature in Translation 345: The Scandinavian Tale and Ballad

Literature in Translation 346: The Icelandic Sagas

Medieval Studies 423: Topics in Medieval Literature and Culture

Medieval Studies 440: Francis of Assisi: Literature and the Arts

Medieval Studies 503: Survey of Medieval Literature

Medieval Studies 504: Survey of Medieval Literature

Medieval Studies 803: Topics in Medieval Literature

Medieval Studies 842: Seminar in Medieval Literature

Scandinavian Studies 373: Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature: Middle Ages to 1900

Scandinavian Studies 409: Survey-Old Norse-Icelandic Lit

Scandinavian Studies 430: The Vikings

Scandinavian Studies 433: The Scandinavian Tale and Ballad

Scandinavian Studies 435: The Icelandic Saga

Scandinavian Studies 474: Celtic-Scandinavian Cultural Interrelations

Slavic 701: Survey of Old Russian Literature

Spanish/Medieval Studies 414: Literatura de la Edad Media Castellana (ss. XII-XV)

Spanish 503: Survey of Medieval Literature I

Spanish 504: Survey of Medieval Literature II

Spanish/Medieval Studies 841: Seminar: Libro de Buen Amor, Celestina, Corbacho

Spanish 842: Seminar: Medieval Literature (topics course)

 

Media, Visual Studies, and Performance (Category B)

Art History 201: From Pyramids to Cathedrals (Ancient and Medieval Art)

Art History 305: History of Islamic Art and Architecture

Art History 310: Early Christian and Byzantine Art

Art History 318: Romanesque and Gothic Art and Architecture

Art History 321: Italian Art: 1250-1400

Art History 331: Angels, Demons, Nudes: Early Netherlandish Painting

Art History 373: Great Cities of Islam

Art History 413: Art and Architecture in the Age of the Caliphs

Art History 415: Topics in Medieval Art (including Image and Text in Medieval Manuscripts; Death and the Afterlife in Medieval Art; Civic Art, Architecture and Public Space in Medieval Italy)

Art History 478: Art and Religious Practices in Medieval Japan

Art History 515: Proseminar in Medieval Art

Art History 600: Special Topics in Art History (when topic is medieval)

Art History 715: Topics in Medieval Art

Art History 815: Seminar in Medieval Art

English/Medieval Studies 424: Medieval Drama

English 731: Advanced Theatre History 500BC to 1700

English 803: Topics in Medieval Literature > Pre-modern Literature & Media: Theory & Practice

History 600: Crusades & Chivalry in History, Literature & Film

Italian 350: Rome: The Changing Shape of the Eternal City

Medieval Studies 415: Topics in Medieval Art

Medieval Studies 424: Medieval Drama

Music 411: Survey of Music in the Middle Ages

Music 412: Survey of Music in the Renaissance

Music 923: Seminar in Notation

 

Religion (Categories A & B)

Art History 305: History of Islamic Art and Architecture

Art History 310: Early Christian and Byzantine Art

Art History 331: Angels, Demons, Nudes: Early Netherlandish Painting

Art History 373: Great Cities of Islam

Art History 413: Art and Architecture in the Age of the Caliphs

Art History 415 (Topics in Medieval Art): Death and the Afterlife in Mediaeval Art

Art History 430: Death and Magic in Renaissance Art

Art History 478: Art and Religious Practices in Medieval Japan

History 205: The Making of the Islamic World: The Middle East, 500-1500

History 309: The Crusades: Christianity and Islam

History 312: The Medieval Church

History 366: Medieval Monasticism

History 368: The Bible in the Middle Ages

History 600: Interfaith Relations in Crusader States

Italian 659-660: Dante's Divina Commedia

Jewish Studies 211: Introduction to Judaism

Jewish Studies 237: Biblical Poetry in Translation

Jewish Studies 371: Topics in Jewish Civilization (when topic is medieval)

Jewish Studies 377-378: Jewish Cultural History

Jewish Studies 490: Topics in Jewish Studies (when topic is medieval)

Religious Studies 211: Introduction to Judaism

Religious Studies 368: The Bible in the Middle Ages

Religious Studies 439: Islamic History from the Origin of Islam to the Ottoman Empire

Religious Studies 440: Francis of Assisi: Literature and the Arts

         

Science, Medicine and Technology  (Categories A & B)

Art History 731 (Topics in Early Modern Art): The Artist as Scientist

History of Science 201: Origins-Scientific Thought

History of Science 322: Ancient and Medieval Science

History of Science 401: History of Pharmacy

History of Science 507: Health, Disease, and Healing I

History of Science 562: Byzantine Medicine and Pharmacy

History of Science 622: Studies in Ancient and Medieval Science

History of Science 903: Seminar: Medieval, Renaissance and 17th-Century Science

Integrated Liberal Studies 271: Pre-Copernican Astronomy and Cosmology in Cross-cultural Perspective

COURSE LISTINGS BY DEPARTMENT

Art History (all courses Category B)

305: History of Islamic Art and Architecture                                                        310: Early Christian and Byzantine Art                                                               318: Romanesque and Gothic Art and Architecture                                           321: Italian Art:1250-1400                                                                                 331: Angels, Demons, Nudes: Early Netherlandish Painting
373: Great Cities of Islam                                                                                   413: Art and Architecture in the Age of the Caliphs
415: Topics in Medieval Art
515: Proseminar in Medieval Art
600: Special Topics in Art History (when topic is medieval)
815: Seminar: Medieval Art

Comparative Literature (all courses Category B)
377: Literary Periods (when topic is medieval)

English (all courses Category B)
320: Old English
321: Middle English
359: Beowulf
360: The Anglo-Saxons
361: A Study of an Outstanding Figure in Medieval English Literature
361: Chaucer’s Courtly Poetry
362: A Study of a Theme In Medieval English Literature
365: Early Medieval Literature (1066-1350)
367: Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
369: Contemporaries and Immediate Successors of Chaucer
751: Chaucer and the Courtly Tradition
752: Late Medieval Religious Literature
753: Medieval Literature (topics vary)
950: Seminar: Topics in Medieval Literature

Folklore (all courses Category B)
474: Celtic-Scandinavian Cultural Interrelations

French (all courses Category B)
430: Readings in Medieval and Renaissance Literature (topics course)
701: Introduction à l'ancien français
703: La littérature française du XIVe et du XVe siècle
705: La littérature française des débuts jusqu'à la fin du XIIIe siècle
709: Medieval Manuscripts and Textual Criticism [also Italian]
939: La Littérature médiévale

German (all courses Category B)
611: Survey of German Literature to 1750
650: History of the German Language
651: Introduction to Middle High German
652: Readings in Middle High German
701: Literature of the Middle Ages (750-1400)
755: Old Germanic Languages
768: Comparative and Historical Grammar of the Old Germanic Languages

History (all courses Category A)
115: Medieval Europe 410-1500 (unless used to satisfy requirement #1 above)
200: Historical Studies (when topic is medieval)
205: The Making of the Islamic World: The Middle East, 500-1500
309: The Crusades: Christianity and Islam
311: Schools and Learning in the Medieval World
312: The Medieval Church
313: Introduction to Byzantine History and Civilization
314: Problems in Byzantine History and Civilization
316: Latin Paleography
317: Medieval Social and Intellectual History, 400-1200
318: Medieval Social and Intellectual History, 1200-1450
321: Economic Life in Medieval Europe
325: History of Medieval France
333: The Renaissance
366: Medieval Monasticism
413: Early Medieval Europe, 300-1000
417: History of Russia
426: The History of Punishment
431: History of Scandinavia to 1815
439: Islamic History from the Origin of Islam to the Ottoman Empire
459: The Rule of Law: History and Theory
539: The Middle East and the Balkans during the Ottoman Era, 1200-1600
600: Advanced Seminar in History (when topic is medieval)
719: Proseminar: Medieval History
720: Selected Topics in Medieval History
805: Seminar--Medieval History

History of Science (all courses Category A)
201: Origins of Scientific Thought (unless used to satisfy requirement #1 above) [also ILS]
322: Ancient and Medieval Science
401: History of Pharmacy
507: Health, Disease, and Healing I
562: Byzantine Medicine and Pharmacy
622: Studies in Ancient and Medieval Science
903: Seminar: Medieval, Renaissance and 17th-Century Science

Integrated Liberal Studies
201: Western Culture: Science, Technology, Philosophy I (unless used to satisfy requirement #1 above) [also Hist Sci, with a different title] (A)
203: Western Culture: Literature and the Arts I (B)
205: Western Culture: Political, Economic, and Social Thought I (A)
271: Pre-Copernican Astronomy and Cosmology in Cross-cultural Perspective (A)

Italian (all courses Category B)
321: Introduction to Italian Literature I (Beginnings through the Renaissance)
659-660: Dante's Divina Commedia
661-662: Il Trecento
671: Il Duecento
709: Medieval Manuscripts and Textual Criticism [also French]
771: History of the Italian Language

Jewish Studies
371: Topics in Jewish Civilization (when topic is medieval) (either Category A or Category B depending on the focus that semester)
377-378: Jewish Cultural History (A)
473: Jewish Civilization in Medieval Spain (A)
490: Topics in Jewish Studies (when topic is medieval) (either Category A or Category B depending on the focus that semester)

Latin (all courses Category B)
563: Mediaeval Latin

Literature in Translation (all courses Category B)
235: The World of the Sagas
253: Dante's Divine Comedy
255: Boccaccio's Decameron
256: Images of the Individual in the Italian Renaissance
271: Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature, Middle Ages-1900
342: Mythology of Scandinavia
345: The Scandinavian Tale and Ballad
346: The Icelandic Sagas
347: Kalevala and Finnish Folk-Lore

Medieval Studies
185: Introduction to Medieval Studies for Honors (either Category A or Category B depending on the focus that semester)
215: Life in the Middle Ages: An Interdisciplinary Course (unless used to satisfy requirement #1 above) (A)
351: Arthurian Legend and Literature (B)
368: The Bible in the Middle Ages [also Hebrew, History, Jewish St, Religious St] (B)
550: Advanced Interdisciplinary Studies in Medieval Civilization(either Category A or Category B depending on the focus that semester)
551: Advanced Studies in Medieval Literature   (B)      
553: Advanced Topics in Medieval Civilization(either Category A or Category B depending on the focus that semester)
685: Honors Seminar in Medieval Studies (either Category A or Category B depending on the focus that semester)

Music (all courses Category B)
411: Survey of Music in the Middle Ages
412: Survey of Music in the Renaissance
923: Seminar in Notation

Philosophy (all courses Category A)
435: Jewish Philosophy from Antiquity to the 17th Century

Political Science (all courses Category A)
501: The Development of Ancient and Medieval Western Political Thought

Scandinavian Studies (all courses Category B)
373: Masterpieces of Scandinavian Literature: Middle Ages to 1900
407-408: Old Norse
409: Survey of Old Norse-Icelandic Literature
430: The Vikings
433: The Scandinavian Tale and Ballad
435: The Icelandic Sagas
444: Kalevala and Finnish Folk-Lore
474: Celtic-Scandinavian Cultural Interrelations

Spanish (all courses Category B)
414: Literatura de la Edad Media Castellana (ss. XII-XV)
503-504: Survey of Medieval Literature
541: Old Spanish
546: History of the Spanish Language
718: Topics in Medieval Spanish Literature
811: Philological Seminar: Old Spanish
841: Seminar: Libro de Buen Amor, Celestina, Corbacho
842: Seminar: Medieval Literature (topics course)

Women's Studies (all courses Category A)
416: Women in Medieval Society